Don Diablo & Steve Aoki x Lush & Simon - What We Started ft. BullySongs is OUT NOW on Don Diablo's HEXAGON label! Listen / download at your favorite service: https://diabloaoki.lnk.to/wws
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What a collab, what a tune! Don Diablo and Steve Aoki work together with renowned duo Lush & Simon for the overwhelming pop tune What We Started featuring BullySongs. The track revolves around rhythmic piano chords, infectious handclaps and a powerful singalong chorus. Big, profound and touching pop sounds - for sure this is a big song they’ve started!
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Directed by: Patrick van der Wal
Visual effects: Erik Middendorp
Executive producer: Don Diablo
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